Keter Torah Synagogue will host
Lopes Cardozo of
• the Netherlands
Nov. 29. His
topic will be 'Are
We losing the
Land of Israel?"
is a native of the
ty of Holland who holds a doctorate
in philosophy. He often lectures about
comparative religion and the funda-
mentals of Judaism.
A dessert reception will follow the
lecture. There is a charge of $5. No
charge for Keter Torah members.
For information, call the syna-
gogue, (248) 681-3665.
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The Guild of Temple Musicians will
offer the 15th annual Young Composers
Award to a Jewish musician born on or
after Jan. 1, 1969.
The competition includes a cash prize
($1800), a performance and the possi-
bility of publication. It is open to any
Jewish composer who will be at least 18
by the deadline for submitting an entry,
postmarked no later than Jan. 9, 2004.
The criteria for the 2004 award
requests a set of three pieces with a total
duration time of 10-12 minutes. The
music should be written for a cantor
with a medium or high voice, accompa-
nied by piano and one other instru-
ment. The texts of the three pieces
should be related by source or topic,
should be in Hebrew and should be
drawn from Jewish liturgy, biblical
sources or Jewish commentary.
There is no entry fee required for sub-
mitting a composition, and a complete
description of the 2004 assignment may
be requested from Ben Steinberg, YCA
Competition chairman, who may be
contacted by e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org by phone, (416)
487-4161; by fax, (416) 487-5499; or
by writing to Ben Steinberg, Composer
in Residence, Temple Sinai
Congregation, 210 Wilson Ave.,
Toronto, ON M5M 3B1, Canada.